Murder Mystery Weekend Details
Murder Mystery Weekend - March 14-15,2008 It’s our Murder Mystery weekend where our guests participate in solving a murder. The WSI and WCM have teamed up to bring our guests a fun filled weekend of mystery and surprises! The Without A Cue Mystery troupe has a special dilemma in store for our guests to solve. You get the chance to dress up in appropriate attire, enjoy a sumptuous dinner paired w/wines, socialize with other houseguests and show off your acting and "sleuthing" skills. We will provide you with character dossier and attire suggestions prior to your arrival.
Friday evening is our Welcome event. As you check in you will receive a set of clues to find a special prize within the secret places of the Inn. You might be surprised by a Dinner for 2 at a Local Restaurant, a bottle of wine, a bouquet of fresh flowers, a basket of homemade goodies or who know what other surprises?!
Saturday evening dinner starts at 6PM. While you are enjoying your delicious gourmet dinner
Menu: Caesar Salad, Roast Beef/Mushroom Gravy, Shrimp Linguini Alfredo, Chicken Pot Pie, Vegetable Medley, Herbed Risotto, Assorted Homemade Desserts, Coffee, Tea
The Cat Screamed at Midnight MYSTERY will be sure to entertain AND keep you on your toes as you interact with the other guests and the actors.
After dinner you can retire to your room to recover from all the suspense, enjoy an after dinner beverage by the fire in the parlor or walk down the street to the Stanhope House for live entertainment.
A Two night Minimum (Friday and Saturday) is required. Rates: Standard room - $350/couple, Deluxe -$390, Mini Suite - $458, Suites - $558.
Book your mystery weekend now!
It is October 31, 1936…
And, at the New Jersey country estate, 'Conifers' (just down the road from the historic Whistling Swan Inn), Sir Hugo Smythe Ambruster, publisher of The Daily Truth celebrated his 70th birthday last night. The assembled guests celebrated the event in a most fitting way, with enough food and drink to choke the proverbial horse. But, it seems the horse may have fought back. For, this morning, Sir Hugo was found dead in the stables near the main house.
Your challenge should you accept it, will be to unravel this mystery.
The founders of Without A Cue have been performing murder mysteries since 1996. Without A Cue is dedicated to providing the highest quality in murder mystery entertainment, and will STOP AT NOTHING to ensure that every murder is the best it can be. Some of the elements that set us apart are:
All of our shows are fully scripted. Although the actors are required to be experienced (and adept) at improvisation, and interaction with the audience is a must for a successful event, there is nevertheless a set structure to the show. Although some companies rely on complete improvisation, Without A Cue believes that the best mysteries have a beginning, middle, and end.
All shows are fully rehearsed. Although our actors are very experienced, they still need practice.
All of our actors are trained professionals. So please, don’t try this at home.